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CBS
Sep 4, 2010 6:00pm PDT
, the so-called craigslist killer, used it to lure his victim. women's advocates say craigslist enabled the victimization of women. >> craigslist was wal-mart of sex trafficking. hopefully, what craigslist has done will serve as an example to the other less-visited web sites. >> there is clearly the very distinct danger that other sites will become sources of these ads, that they'll simply migrate there. >> reporter: craigslist had called it a matter of free speech. now this appears to be the final word. bill whitaker, cbs news, los angeles. >> president obama will unveil a new plan to create jobs next week. the white house had promised a recovery summer, but unemployment rose to 9.6% last month, and more than six million people have been out of work for half a year or longer. with the midterm elections approaching, the economy is now front and center. with more here is senior white house correspondent bill plante. bill. >> reporter: good evening, anthony. that's right, democrats' chances of holding on to one or maybe even both howlses of congress are sinking as unemployment rises. and
CBS
Sep 5, 2010 7:00pm EDT
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CBS
Sep 5, 2010 7:30am PDT
't talk about is the support for continuing research and development. that's where u.s. competitiveness lies in high technology industries. we know that the r&d tax credit is an important credit that does affect how much r&d spending business done. business accounts for something like two-thirds of all r&d spending in the united states. so this is important. i don't think this is something that has an immediate... as immediate a job impact as say movement on the current tax credits for the unemployed or extending payroll tax holiday of some sort. but i think it's very important in terms of job creation over the longer term. so if we're thinking about growth and long-term good jobs, research is important. >> smith: mark zandi, will either of these things or both of them together be satisfactory to the business community which feels very uncomfortable it seems to me with the white house right now? >> well, i think the business community is on board for the r&d tax credits. that's been in place since 1981. that's easy. the president has to figure out how to pay for it though. he's going to
CBS
Sep 5, 2010 10:30am EDT
is the support for continuing research and development. that's where u.s. competitiveness lies in high technology industries. we know that the r&d tax credit is an important credit that does affect how much r&d spending business done. business accounts for something like two-thirds of all r&d spending in the united states. so this is important. i don't think this is something that has an immediate... as immediate a job impact as say movement on the current tax credits for the unemployed or extending payroll tax holiday of some sort. but i think it's very important in terms of job creation over the longer term. so if we're thinking about growth and long-term good jobs, research is important. >> smith: mark zandi, will either of these things or both of them together be satisfactory to the business community which feels very uncomfortable it seems to me with the white house right now? >> well, i think the business community is on board for the r&d tax credits. that's been in place since 1981. that's easy. the president has to figure out how to pay for it though. he's going to have to take some of th
CBS
Sep 5, 2010 6:00pm EDT
in us all. >> mitchell: tonight an important clue to the cause of the gulf oil spill comes to the surface. what the failed blowout protector might tell us. i'm russ mitchell. also tonight the battle for congress. can democrats do anything to prevent republicans from gaining control of the house and senate? congress is investigating colleges that are run for profit. we'll tell you why. and traffic buster. china's plan to bypass traffic jams that might work in america. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. >> mitchell: and good evening. it took almost 30 hours but a key piece of evidence in the gulf oil spill is now out of the ocean and on its way to be examined. the blowout preventer, a massive piece of machinery that failed to stop the gusher could hold major clues to preventing future oil spills. tony guida has more on the device and the investigation. >> reporter: rising slowly from the floor of the gulf of mexico, a one million pound hunk of yellow metal once attached to an oil well in the gulf. the blowout preventer that did not
CBS
Sep 4, 2010 11:00pm PDT
: philip markoff the so-called killer used the site to lure his victim. >> craigslist was wal-mart of sex trafficking. hopefully what they have done will be an example to the other websites. >> reporter: jackie spear had a congressional hearing for september 15th. >> there's no question that craigslist adult services is aiding and abetting criminal activity. i mean, there's hundred thousand to 300 now children in the country, that are sexually trafficked right here. they not imported. >> reporter: craig list adult services ads bring in more than $35,000 a year. 30% of the site's projects amount for the year. it's not fully committed to ending sexual ads. >> the fact they stamped censored on the site would suggest they're doing it out of protest. >> reporter: congresswoman spears said they will continue to offer the adult ads outside of the u.s.. the company will put out a press release and to watch the craigslist blog. we've been watching all day and nothing so far yet. >>> well, police once again are searching a pittsburg land pill for a body of a missing hercules man. 35-year-old freder
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